I am proud to be Headteacher at Chace Community. I am committed to ensuring that all students enjoy and achieve during their time at Chace so that they are:
Successful – well equipped for further study, university, apprenticeships and ultimately the world of work
Happy and fulfilled – forming positive relationships, enjoying new experiences, resilient and enjoying life
Fit and healthy
Our Chace signposts give us a clear sense of direction as we aim to be an inviting, successful, learning community.
Commitment to learning – we’re all learners at Chace inspiring a love of learning for life, providing a high quality, challenging, broad and balanced education within a supportive pastoral system, in an inclusive, calm, purposeful learning environment.
High expectations – we set standards, expectations and aspirations high with excellent teaching for successful learning. We work in partnership with parents, valuing their support so students can be successful learners.
All can succeed – every student has talents and strengths which we celebrate while identifying and supporting areas for improvement.
Confidence and courage – we want all students to become responsible, independent, thoughtful adults who, having enjoyed learning at Chace, will be successful in their future lives.
Everyone valued equally – underpins all our work at Chace where no child is invisible, all are known by name and encouraged and supported to improve on present best and achieve beyond expectation whatever their starting point.
We are committed to working together to improve learning and teaching, to raise standards and raise achievement to enable all our students to be successful learners now and in future.
I hope you find the website useful. To visit Chace during learning time, please phone to make an appointment. We would be proud to show you around our school. You can contact us by email, on firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 10 & 11 Study Skills workshop presentation can be found here.
Information given out at the Year 7 'Meet the Tutor' evening can be found here.
The presentation delivered at the Year 10 Q & A Evening information can be found here.
Amended Extended Learning (Clubs and Revision Sessions) for the Autumn Term can be foundhere.
Changes to the School Day from September 2017 can be found here.
The Welcome booklet for our new Year 7's starting in September can be found here.
Wednesday 20 December 2017 - students dismissed at 12pm (Non-School Uniform Day, £1 donation to charity)
Wednesday 3 January 2018 - students return to school at 10.30am